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May 4, 2017

BY ELECTRONIC MAIL

The Honorable Richard Burr and Mark Warner
U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
211 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510

Subject: Response to your request for even more irrelevant data, per letter of April 28, 2017

Dear Senator Burr and Senator Warner:

I am writing in response to your letter from last Friday (attached). Although you set a range of
suggested deadlines for the various extensive administrative tasks on your list over the coming
weeks, I instead decided to initially get back to you today on the National Day of Prayer. Having
survived the hate crimes committed against me by the Clinton/Obama regime which were in
some part pursued due to my Roman Catholic faith following related past discussions with their
associates, finding strength through prayer in my church and by myself has remained a core
source of support throughout this ongoing comically fake inquiry and the complete lies that
precipitated it. Our country is fortunate to now have competent leadership which has begun
taking steps to put an end to such severe oppression as preliminary steps are now taken to restore
the dignity of this great nation.1

As previously noted, I remain committed to helping the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
in any way that I can. But please note that any records I may have saved as a private citizen with
limited technology capabilities will be miniscule in comparison to the full database of
information which has already been collected under the direction of the Obama Administration
during last year's completely unjustified FISA warrant that targeted me for exercising my First
Amendment rights, both in 2016 as well as in years prior. As a starting point for this latest step
in the witch hunt which you suggested per the cumbersome chores defined in your attached
letter, I would request that you please begin by sharing the same information which you currently
have as per the identical list of requests (points 1 through 5 in your letter). Based on the database
of my personal information already collected during the Obama Administration's domestic
political intelligence operations which reportedly began at some point last year, it seems clear
that many of the weighty task you assigned will have already been largely completed. As a lone
individual, I can assure you that my personal administrative capabilities pale in comparison to
the clerical juggernaut represented by the numerous staff in the executive, legislative and judicial
branches of the U.S. Government which have heretofore been allegedly involved in this
unscrupulous surveillance for many months on end. Although I am also currently working with

1
Office of the Press Secretary, “President Donald J. Trump Proclaims May 4, 2017, as a
National Day of Prayer,” White House, May 04, 2017. [https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-
office/2017/05/04/president-donald-j-trump-proclaims-may-4-2017-national-day-prayer]
my legal team on acquiring this information under the Privacy Act of 1974, our joint
collaboration should undoubtedly help expedite this process in a way that will serve the interests
of your Committee, myself and our country.

Please note that I originally joined the Trump movement and eventually volunteered for a small,
unpaid, informal role in the campaign since I knew our candidate would finally help lead this
country and the world toward peace through strength. Such unorthodox strategies stand in stark
contrast to the increased conflict through weakness and complete incompetence which defined
the foreign policy of the Clinton/Obama regime’s years in office. As a case in point, yesterday’s
simultaneous main events in Washington marked the essence of this core distinction. While your
colleagues on the Senate Judiciary Committee sought to begin mopping up the growing list of
messes caused by last year’s pathetic Russia storyline fabrications and the potential criminal
activities which accompanied them2, President Trump exercised real leadership by proactively
taking essential initial steps toward Middle East peace.3

Director Comey understandably noted yesterday that he felt “mildly nauseous” that the FBI
might have had an impact on the election given the steps they had to take following the
Department of Justice’s mismanagement and complete lack of credibility during the Obama
Administration. I suspect the physical reaction of the Clinton/Obama regime perpetrators will be
more along the lines of severe vomiting when all the facts are eventually exposed regarding the
steps taken by the U.S. Government to influence the 2016 election. Had some of these criminal
activities been known prior to November 8, it seems likely that the Trump campaign’s final
electoral college tally might have exceeded over 400 rather than 306.

A few months ago, Senator Warner was reportedly searching for new sources of insights about
Russia: “The Virginia Democrat is losing himself in a book about the Romanovs, eager to absorb
the country’s theories of war, teasing staff members for insufficient knowledge of Tolstoy and
Nabokov.”4 Although much of the current problem lies in the fact that the current line of
thinking in Washington has remained rooted in the somewhat less antiquated tenets of the first
Cold War, I look forward to helping clear up these many misperceptions by fully explaining the
modern realities of Russia to you in open session of your Committee when we eventually have
the opportunity to meet.

I greatly appreciate your assistance and remain confident that our cooperation will help resolve
all of the false allegations which led to this fanciful witch hunt in the first place, particularly the

2
Paul Sperry, “Bad news for the Trump-Russia tinfoil-hat brigade,” New York Post, May 4,
2017. [http://nypost.com/2017/05/04/bad-news-for-the-trump-russia-tinfoil-hat-brigade/]
3
“Trump meets with Abbas, vows to 'get it done' on peace deal,” Fox News, May 03, 2017.
[http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/05/03/trump-meets-with-abbas-vows-to-get-it-done-on-
peace-deal.html]
4
Matt Flegenheimer, “Mark Warner Faces a Stand-and-Deliver Moment in Russian Inquiry,”
New York Times, March 8, 2017. [https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/08/us/politics/mark-
warner-faces-a-stand-and-deliver-moment-in-russian-inquiry.html]
2016 Dodgy Dossier from London.5 Although this has already been a cumbersome process for
all of us, we should consider ourselves fortunate that our country has thus far avoided the
extensive loss of life and financial waste which occurred in the wake of the original 2003 Dodgy
Dossier from the U.K.6

Very respectfully,

Carter Page, Ph.D.

5
Ken Bensinger, Miriam Elder and Mark Schoofs, “These Reports Allege Trump Has Deep
Ties To Russia,” BuzzFeed News, January 10, 2017.
[https://www.buzzfeed.com/kenbensinger/these-reports-allege-trump-has-deep-ties-to-russia]
6
Select Committee on Foreign Affairs, “The February dossier,” Ninth Report, U.K.
Parliament, July 7, 2003.
[https://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200203/cmselect/cmfaff/813/81308.htm]